Under current law, the immigration practitioner must analyze criminal convictions under the categorical and modified categorical approaches. This area is one of the densest and most complex in all of immigration jurisprudence. To help the attendee understand these approaches and their real-world implications on clients and their families, the panel will proceed in two parts. First, the panel will explain the approaches generally, focusing on key cases and terminology. Next, the panel will analyze an actual Tennessee statute utilizing the approaches.
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Every criminal practictioner needs to be familiar with this information to prevent unintended consequences to your client on the back side.
This program will be filed for Tennessee CLE credit. Please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org for Georgia and Mississippi CLE credit.